Abbreviations used in this paper:CAP (controlled attenuation parameter), LSM (liver stiffness measurement), NHANES (National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey), SSB (sugar-sweetened beverage)
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Conflicts of interest This author discloses the following: Elliot Tapper has served as a consultant to Novartis, Axcella, and Allergan; has served on advisory boards for Mallinckrodt, Bausch Health, Kaleido, and Novo Nordisk; and has received unrestricted research grants from Gilead and Valeant. The remaining author discloses no conflicts.
Funding Elliot Tapper receives funding from the National Institutes of Health through NIDDK (1K23DK117055).